Project Sources

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After reading this page:

  • you've learned what Project Sources are.
  • you've learned which sources are connected to the Tygron Platform.
  • you've learned how to find out which data is actually used for creating the project.


What are Project Sources

Project sources are the Geo data sets that are used to create the 3D model in the Tygron Platform. Also, all the additional data a user has imported is listed in the project sources table and/or project sources menu.

Sources connected to the Tygron Platform

The table below contains the datasets that are automatically accessed, depending on the selected location, to create a new 3D project. When selecting a location outside The Netherlands it is more likely that some Geo data should be provided manually.

(Open) Dataset Description Coverage (Connection) Source More information
BGT Basisregistratie Grootschalige Topografie: Base Register containining the topography of the Netherlands. The dataset is very detailed and contains for instance roads, parks, trees, water surfaces and street objects. Netherlands PDOK https://www.kadaster.nl/bgt
BAG Basisregistraties Adressen en Gebouwen: Base Register containing data about buildings and addresses such as function, construction year, size and the geometry of the buildings. Netherlands. PDOK https://www.kadaster.nl/basisregistratie-adressen-en-gebouwen
BRO Basisregistratie Ondergrond: Base Register containing detailed subsurface data. Netherlands PDOK https://www.basisregistratieondergrond.nl/
World Imagery Satellite map used as base map for the 3D world and used for rooftop colors. Worldwide ESRI https://services.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS/rest/services/World_Imagery/MapServer/0
Ocean Basemap Basemap with ocean data, including locations of water bodies and their names. Used to determine the location of water bodies worldwide. Worldwide ESRI https://services.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/rest/services/Ocean_Basemap/MapServer
Terrain Digital Terrain Model: the terrain height of the bare ground without for example buildings, trees and other objects. For the Netherlands the DTM is created of this AHN2 data resampled to 3m supplied by Rijkswaterstaat combined with the AHN2 or AHN3 (see below) and for more information the terrain page. Worldwide ESRI http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=58a541efc59545e6b7137f961d7de883
AHN Actueel Hoogtebestand Nederland: Digital Surface Model: the terrain height including buildings, trees and other objects. When generating a project, it is possible to choose for AHN3 (not yet complete for the Netherlands) instead of AHN2 (complete for the Netherlands). Netherlands Nationaal Georegister http://www.ahn.nl/index.html
CBS Wijk- en Buurtkaart The CBS Wijk- en Buurtkaart (2017) contains the geometry of the division in neighborhoods and statistical data related to those neighborhoods. Netherlands PDOK https://www.cbs.nl/nl-nl/dossier/nederland-regionaal/geografische%20data/wijk-en-buurtkaart-2017
Ruimtelijke plannen Ruimtelijke plannen are the offical published spatial plans/zoning plans. Netherlands Ruimtelijke Plannen http://www.ruimtelijkeplannen.nl/web-roo/roo/index
Top10NL Topographical dataset, used as an addition to the BGT data. Netherlands Tygron / PDOK https://www.kadaster.nl/-/top10nl
NWB Nationaal Wegen Bestand: Contains detailed information about the road infrastructure. For instance number of lanes and road type. Netherlands PDOK https://www.rijkswaterstaat.nl/zakelijk/zakendoen-met-rijkswaterstaat/werkwijzen/werkwijze-in-gww/data-eisen-rijkswaterstaatcontracten/nationaal-wegenbestand.aspx
NSL The NSL (Nationaal Samenwerkingsprogramma Luchtkwaliteit) contains data delivered by municipalities on, among others, traffic intensity. These data come for each municipality from the traffic model they use. Netherlands Rijksoverheid https://www.nsl-monitoring.nl/informatie/data-nsl/
BRP Gewaspercelen Basisregistratie Gewaspercelen: contains the location of agricultural land and the cultivated crops. Netherlands Nationaal Georegister http://www.nationaalgeoregister.nl/geonetwork/srv/dut/catalog.search#/metadata/%7B25943e6e-bb27-4b7a-b240-150ffeaa582e%7D?tab=general
BRK - Kadastrale Kaart Basisregistratie Kadaster. In the Tygron Platform the Kadastrale kaart is used to determine the location of parcels. Netherlands Nationaal Georegister http://www.nationaalgeoregister.nl/geonetwork/srv/dut/catalog.search#/metadata/40840197-0478-432b-8c76-e99c4da9203f?tab=general
Risicokaart This dataset shows the risks in a neighborhood, for example, by showing hazardous- and / or nuisance buildings (for example LPG station) and cables and pipes. Also contains additional information on vulnerable buildings (hotels, hospital, school, etc.). Netherlands Risicokaart.nl https://www.risicokaart.nl/home
OSM OpenStreetMap; this dataset contains the topography of the world and attribute information. Worldwide Own instance of Overpass API https://www.openstreetmap.org/
Waterschapsdata Several datasets from Water Authorities conforming to the Information Model Water (Informatiemodel water), including hydraulic structures and water-level areas. Netherlands - dataset does not cover the whole of the Netherlands yet. Copy of PDOK dataset https://www.pdok.nl/nl/introductie?articleid=1959819

More information on which sources are used

For more information on which project sources are actually used for the project, take a look at the following overviews in the editor:

  • the hover panel when clicking in the 3D world in the default view.
  • the Source Overlay
  • the project source table (see below for more information)
  • the project sources menu (see below for more information)

Project Sources Table

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How to show the project sources table:

  1. Select in the editor Current situation
  2. Hover over 'Geo Import' from the ribbon bar
  3. Select 'Show Project Sources Overview'

The project sources table shows the used Geo data sets in the 3D model and the by a user imported data. The table shows:

  • the name of the dataset
  • the type
  • the publisher of the dataset
  • the number of features in the 3D model (count).

Note

If the count is 0, this either means the data is not used for generating the 3D model or the data is a raster dataset which technically does not contain features, but cells with a value. The cells are not counted in this table. For example, AHN2 is a raster dataset and therefore the count will always be 0, even if AHN2 is used for generating the project.

Project Sources menu

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How to show the project sources menu:

  1. Select in the editor Current situation
  2. Hover over 'Geo Import' from the ribbon bar
  3. Select 'Show Project Sources'

The project sources menu shows the used Geo data sets in the 3D model and the by a user imported data. Also, an explanation on what is in the datasets and the possibility to rename/remove a WFS or CSW connection can be done here.

The sources are divided in three categories:

  • Catalog Services
Here are the by default available CSW connections in the Geo Data Wizard visible. Also CSW connections added by a user are listed here.
When a user adds a CSW connection, the connection can be removed from the list or it is possible to edit the URL, name and other information in the panel on the right.
  • Default Sources
  • User Sources
  • Web Services
Here are the by default available WFS connections in the Geo Data Wizard visible. Also WFS connections added by a user are listed here.
When a user adds a WFS connection, the connection can be removed from the list or it is possible to edit the URL, name and other information in the panel on the right.